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kod: F5N-NGINX-IAP | wersja: v16.1

NGINX App Protect (NAP) is a modern application security solution designed to work seamlessly in DevOps environments as you deliver apps from code to customer. Built on F5’s market-leading WAF and bot protection, NGINX App Protect runs natively on NGINX Plus and integrates security controls into your application.

In Introduction to NGINX App Protect you start by performing a basic configuration of NAP in NGINX. You review the default NAP policy and set NAP logging. You then create and test policies and troubleshoot common policy configuration issues. You work with a Kibana visualization of NAP. Finally, you’ll update NAP signatures and threat campaigns.

Plan szkolenia Rozwiń listę

  1. NGINX App Protect in Context
  2. Setting Logs
  3. Setting Policies
  4. Troubleshooting and Additional Resources
  5. Visualization with the ELK Stack
  6. Updating Signatures and Threat Campaigns
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Wymagania wstępne

We recommend you complete NGINX Core, before taking Introduction to NGINX App Protect.

The course assumes a basic understanding of networking, web servers, HTTP, load balancing, caching, proxying, and related concepts.

Hands on labs are performed in a Linux environment. You will need to be able to navigate the file system from the command line and edit configuration files using VI/VIM. Additional experience with Linux environments will be helpful.

Poziom trudności
Czas trwania 1 dzień

The participants will obtain certificates signed by F5 Networks (course completion).


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